The Never-Ending War by Martin Roemers

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Fred Blakelock  (born 1919), a British veteran of World War II (WW2). ."I still have no love for the Germans of my generation.  I hold them personally responsible for the war.  Most of them supported Hitler when he was still winning.  Only when we arrived and they were in danger of losing the war did they change their minds.  Voltaire said that you have to fight for your freedom.  We did that and the Germans could have done that too if they'd really been against Hitler."."I've spoken to German veterans on holiday a few times.  They were just sent to war too, but I still don't want anything to do with them.  Because of them I lost many friends and six years of my life. I can't forgive them for that.".. CHECK with MRM/FNA